The Sopranos on disk has subtitles. My Southern husband found the subtitles
useful, but I know South Philly, which turned out to be close enough.
jacquesdebierue wrote re Kevin's
>> (Hey guys! Down here BBC programs often have sub-titles!)
> Really? I've never seen that, though I don't doubt you. But then, with
> so many dialects of English, it is possible that some are not mutually
> understandable. It happens in Italian, for example. English is no
> exception. I know Southern but once, in Mississippi, I absolutely
> could not understand a guy. This was a different enough dialect of
> Southern. Once you get away from the written word (a pale image of
> language), you're on your own!
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